Greater than $4 million value of alleged methamphetamine was seized from a US-bound tractor trailer late final week.
The contraband was found on Friday, June seventeenth on the Pharr Worldwide Bridge in Pharr, Texas.
In response to Native 23 Information, the tractor trailer was making an attempt to enter the US from Mexico when it was referred to secondary inspection and a screening by a Okay-9 group.
Through the bodily inspection, officers found a complete of 1200 packages weighing in at 310 kilos. The medicine and truck have been seized. The case remains to be below investigation by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement-Homeland Safety Investigations.